Romantic movies to watch together

A list of some of the best movies couples can enjoy

Couples celebrate Valentine’s Day in many different ways. For some the idea of dinner out followed by a stroll arm-in-arm seems the epitome of romance, while others may want to go out dancing or engage in a favorite hobby. Valentine’s Day also can be a romantic endeavor if a couple chooses to spend time at one with each other watching a romantic movie.

The following are a handful of love-inspired movies that can add a special something to Valentine’s Day festivities:

The Notebook

The Proposal

An Affair to Remember

Say Anything

Gone With the Wind

Once

West Side Story

My Best Friend’s Wedding

Never Been Kissed

Harold and Maude

Annie Hall

Bridget Jones’ Diary

Ten Things I Hate About You

Casablanca

The Princess Bride

The Way We Were

Officer and a Gentleman

Dr. Zhivago

Amelie

The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Ghost

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